Newman’s Own Foundation Challenge for Haiti search dogs

I’ve been following the heroic work of the Search Dog Foundation (SDF) teams as they work around the clock to locate Haiti earthquake survivors. Dog lovers Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward Newman have issued a challenge grant of up to $100,000 to support this work!

Help meet the $100,000 challenge—Join the 30-day countdown!

Seven SDF Search Teams have been working around the clock in Port au Prince helping rescuers locate survivors still buried in the rubble. Inspired by their efforts, Ms. Joanne Woodward Newman and Newman’s Own Foundation today announced a combined $100,000 challenge grant in support of the teams.

SDF is reaching out to America to respond to their challenge by February 17th, and help us provide this crucial resource to the nation.

Ms. Woodward Newman added, “I am shocked and saddened by the human suffering we are witnessing in Haiti. Finding survivors must be a first priority and supporting SDF will help save lives.”

“Time is of the essence in locating survivors buried in the rubble of this devastating disaster,” said Bob Forrester, President and CEO of Newman’s Own Foundation. “SDF teams are critical to Haiti’s search-and-rescue efforts. Please join us in supporting their life-saving work.”

SDF Executive Director Debra Tosch expressed the gratitude of everyone at the Search Dog Foundation: “We are honored and humbled by the extraordinary support of Ms. Woodward Newman and Newman’s Own Foundation. With the help of our supporters around the country, we will meet their challenge!”

Be part of the countdown by making your gift today.
Donate online or call (888) 459-4376.

Invite your friends to be Part of the Search, and Part of the Challenge!

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